The location of this hotel is without any doubt a good one. Right in front of the hotel is the Plaza Independencia and Palacio Salvo. To the left is the 18th July shopping street, to the right is the Peatonal Sarandi with the way towards the Mercado del Puerto (which is definitely worth the visit for lunch). The hop on hop off bus also stops within a 1 minute walk from the hotel. So overall, the location is really good. The hotel isn't bad, it just needs some improvements. The rooms are outdated. Not that it bothered us much. The bathroom however did. The 70's style bathtub took forever to fill, it was old, moldy and the shower (within the bath) had a very soft and little stream. The room has everything you need, even a brand new smart TV which really gave us a headache. We somehow did not manage to get the TV to work. We know how a smart TV works (we are mid 30's), but this one challenged us too much so we gave up (even after following the instructions). So basically, the room was OK. It could use an update. We did however have a nice view of the city. The rooms are also quite large which is a luxury nowadays. The baby crib is good too. We missed the lack of tourist information. Nothing at the reception, lobby or hotel room. Uruguay wants to improve its tourism but then the hotels need to help too. There should be kids club. We booked this hotel not only because of the location but also because of the kids club. They unfortunately forgot to mention that it is only open in the weekends. The signs spread around the hotel say different things so it was a bummer for us when we found out. The breakfast is good with a gorgeous view of the city and port. A two-night stay in Montevideo is more than enough, unfortunately. For good restaurants we recommend to go to the town of Carrasco and for lunch the Mercado!